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Profile by John Tobler, History of Rock, The, 1983
THERE ARE FEW FIGURES IN ROCK AS versatile as Todd Rundgren. A skilled producer and engineer, a gifted songwriter and a talented multi-instrumentalist, proficient on ...
Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 27 April 1974
TODD RUNDGREN loped into Bearsville's offices on East 55th Street the other day with a South American raccoon on one arm and a lady dressed ...
Report and Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 14 May 1978
TODD RUNDGREN, who usually alights in medium-size halls with his band Utopia, opens a week-long solo stand Wednesday at the 500-seat Roxy. The show will ...
Profile and Interview by Paul Lester, Uncut, November 1997
Todd Rundgren, interactive pioneer and, For 25 years, the mad uncle of electronic pop, talks to Paul Lester ...
Live Review by Michael Gross, NME, 6 July 1974
Todd Rundgren: Central Park, NYC ...
Live Review by Richard Cook, NME, 5 June 1982
EVERYTHING YOU remember about rock music is secreted somewhere on some Todd Rundgren record. The synthetic flash, the bullet-browed machismo, the candywisp sentimentality, the filibuster's ...
Interview by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 3 January 1974
TODD RUNDGREN, whose name conjures visions of teenager-grown-up, multicolored hair, GeeGee awards from 16 magazine, production for younameit/you'vegotit, and self-made man extraordinaire, is a realistic ...
Profile and Interview by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, March 1973
NOO YAWK, NU YORK — Beneath the red fluorescence of Max's Kansas City, where the boys wear lipstick and the girls have nails, Alice Cooper, ...
Live Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 10 June 1978
WHATEVER THE reasons might be, Todd Rundgren is back. That is, Todd Rundgren the pop singer/guitar singer as opposed to the Utopian pyramid-freak. ...
Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 19 December 1974
A LOT OF Todd Rundgren fans may not like this album, sad to say, for the Todd of Something/Anything is as visible as dust in ...
Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, July 1975
INITIATION IS A RECORD in two senses of the word. That is to say, it's a world record, as Todd Rundgren has been at pains ...
Guide by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, February 2010
TODD RUNDGREN IS the Philadelphia-born whizzkid who could and should have been the biggest star of the '70s. Next month the man John Lennon referred ...
Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, 29 July 1972
EVEN THOUGH his name may not mean much to the general public, Todd Rundgren is undoubtedly a success. ...
Live Review by Rob Steen, MOJO, December 1994
THE ANKLE-LENGTH SKIRT AND black-and-white mane threw us at first, but not for long. The Runt always was a dead ringer for Charlie George. Besides, ...
Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 14 March 1974
WHEN TODD Rundgren stopped being in rock bands (circa his second solo-ish album, The Ballad of Todd Rundgren) his musical leanings toward that which was ...
Review by Wesley Strick, Creem, August 1978
TODD RUNDGREN OPENS HIS EYES ...
Live Review by Andy Gill, Independent, The, 22 July 2004
SINCE his mid-Seventies heyday, Todd Rundgren has always been preaching to the converted, so his religious-themed show is at least appropriate, though unlikely to extend ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 29 May 1976
I NEVER REALLY gave up hope on Todd Rundgren. Even when the maestro was seemingly irreconcilably immersed in expounding his slant on poe-faced spiritualist dogma, ...
Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, 15 June 1990
FOLLOWERS OF Todd Rundgren may not get as much publicity as Deadheads, but the loyal legions that flock to Rundgren's concerts particularly in the ...
Review by Ben Edmonds, Creem, July 1972
THE NAME TODD Rundgren has passed across so many lips in the past few months that you can almost detect traces of chapstick around its ...
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